Pioneer of adolescent health program in Uganda

Established in 1994, NTIHC is a pioneer adolescent health program in Uganda with the intention to provide Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health (ASRH) services and information, primarily targeting young people aged 10-24 years. NTIHC is legally registered with the NGO board as a Non-Government organization.

Our Projects

We are advocating for and promoting access to quality Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health Services, confidentiality, gender, a right to choose, a right to evidence-based information to young people.
UNFPA 9th Country Program

UNFPA 9th Country Program

The programs focus is to ensure universal access, for women and young people in Uganda to high-quality, integrated sexual and reproductive
Positive Action Innovator

Positive Action Innovator

The Tackle Africa funded project is aimed at creating a platform for Young People Living with HIV (YPLHIV) to share experiences and advocate for total commitment
EYE Universal SRHR

EYE Universal SRHR

NTIHC received funding from Government of Norway through UNFPA to implement the EYE-SRHR project in Kamuli and Mayuge districts.

Our 2023 Impact

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Young people reached with SRH services & information
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Accessed antenatal care services
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Received family planning services
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Received STI/STDs treatment
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Tested for HIV

We are increasing the understanding of SRH Rights and access to appropriate Youth friendly services for Young people

Our visitors can learn about counseling and support services, self-exclusion programs, and responsible gambling support programs.
We have continued to provide these services to young people within the age bracket of 10-24 years, for free at no cost at all. Some of the services provided include, general medical services, counseling services, HIV testing, Condom distribution, antenatal and postnatal services, family planning,
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Our Partners

Our partners include governments, civil society organisations, faith communities, faith-based organisations, businesses, academia, and more.